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Hello Online Educators!  Did you happen to catch this article?

 

Originally published on the Innovations Lab Blog:  Tom Whitby on the IL Blog

 

I recently traveled to Long Island, New York and met with one of my “tweeps,” KU Village 2011 Keynote speaker Tom Whitby.  As you can see in the video, Tom is easy to talk to, passionate about online education and social media, and an all around nice guy. 

Come meet Tom and other intriguing people at KU Village 2011.  We want you to be there!

See the video here: Tom Whitby on the IL Blog

Hope to see you there!

~Laurie

 

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There is not much info on the Kaplan site.  Do you have more info regarding dates (I believe it is Sept 26 - 29), location, price, etc?

 

Thanks!

Steve

Hi Steve!

 

Thanks for asking!  KU Village is an online conference.  You are correct on the dates: Sept 26 - 29. There is a $95 registration fee and it is worth every penny!  Especially since we have such esteemed keynote speakers as Tom Whitby!  Also, KU Village is green: no gas, no emissions!  You can attend from the comfort of your own home!

 

Thanks again for asking and I hope we see you there!

 

~Laurie

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